In his most recent album, Tinta & Tiempo, Uruguayan singer/producer/composer Jorge Drexler waxes poetic about love, artistic originality, Leonard Cohen, our genetic material, and so much more.
MANO’s music editor Sandra Treviño sits down with Peruvian-American writer and poet Suzi F. Garcia for a discussion on reconnecting with her roots, her work, and her recent guest editorship for Poetry Magazine.
‘Anti-Colonial Vol. 2’ is the latest artistic attestation by the (mostly) Dominican-born, Chicago-based hardcore band, La Armada. The band’s all-powerful rock sounds, along with the unique storytelling artwork that accompanies the record, make this a must-have.
Their new album ‘Ambrosia’ marks the native zacatecano musicians’ entry into English-language music charts with the band’s charming, post-punk attitude featuring poetic vocals that altogether summon retro rock vibes.
The music of Nancy Sánchez, who was born in Toluca, Mexico but immigrated to California when she was three, reflects both sides of her culture in a style she’s coined “regional alternativo.”
The song “Nuestra Canción” by Colombian band Monsieur Periné has become a TikTok and social media sensation. Sandra Treviño talks to lead vocalist Catalina García and Santiago Prieto about their newfound fame, their new single “Volverte a Ver,” and what’s to come.
Music journalist Sandra Treviño speaks with Alejandro Gutiérrez of the Ecuadorian-Swiss band Hermanos Gutiérrez, to talk about their music and their newest single, “Amor Profundo.”
Ink Latino’s interview with a New Jersey-born Boricua whose talents are more than skin deep